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8B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Northbranch By Erma Dillon Kevin and Susan Warner and daugh- ters, Whitney and Bethany, of Kechi Visited a week ago Sunday with Kevin' s parents, Glen and Patsy Warner. Tim and Wanda Warner joined them for dinner at Glen's. Grandson, Weston, was in Colorado participating in a cross country race for Hesston College. Earlene Jeffery accompanied her : daughters, Susan Janda and Becky Pihl to Branson, Me., last weekend to at- tend the Friends Women Retreat. It was held at the Hilton Convention Center Hotel. Between two and three hundred women attended the event. It was a time of visiting with old friends and enjoying Christian fellowship, music and special speakers. During the free time on Saturday afternoon, sev- eral attended the production of Jonah at the beautiful Sight & Sound Theatre. They returned to their homes Sunday evening. Kris Hammond of Bellevue was a weekend guest of her mother, Edith Ayres. Last Tuesday afternoon Jean Davis 'attended the extension meeting in Esbon. BrettWalker's father, Terry Walker of Minneapolis, Kan., helped the past week with harvest. Brett's mother, Marlene Walker came for the weekend to help with meals and to entertain Lily and Claire. Visiting Marilyn Jeffery since her return home from Bryan LGH in Lin- coln have been Rosetta Jeffery, LaVae Glover, Beth Jeffery, Kermit and Loyce Jeffery, Joyce McNichols, Earl Buckley, Earlene Jeffery, Robin Rose, Cregg Jeffery, Elizabeth Jeffery, Vycke Garman, Edith Ayres, Kris Hammond, Kelli Jeffery, Linda Arrants, Danielle Richardson, Kathleen Jeffery, the Willitts family, Kelly and Becky McNichols and Grace and Erma Dillon. Jean Davis accompanied Kim Davis to the Rock Hills football game Friday evening and watched her grandson, Grant, play for their winning team. John and Enna Dillon joined Kennit andLoyce Jeffery Sunday after attend- ing the morning worship service for lunch at a Mankato cafe. The Jefferys then visited Lonnie Buckley and at- tended the long term care worship ser- vice With Lonnie and Earl. Back to the Pun Business A boiled egg is hard to beat. oA,bicycle can't stand alone; it is two tired. ,Acupuncture is a jab well done. That's the point of it. Dispatch r (This week's news) .Greeters Sunday were Ray and Gin- ger De, Bey, Jim and MarianneSchlatter. :Passage Sunday morning was Corinthians 12:12-31. Theme Sunday morning was "A Functioning Church Member." Passage Sunday evening was Samuel 7:2-17. Theme Sunday evening was "Samuel' s Stone of Help." .... Beth Christians gave the children message Sunday morning. Happy birthday Eli Keeps, Oct. 19. :Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schlatter and family, Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schlatter and family, Salina, stayed the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schlatter. (Last week) Greeters Sunday were Russell Groenendyk, Marty, Beth, Liam and ElBa Christians. Passage Sunday morning was Act 2:42-47. Theme Sunday morning was "The Church God Wants To Be." Pas- sage Sunday evening as John 19:25- 27. Theme Sunday evening was "Fam- ily Matters." Elder George Eakin lead the evening service. Happy birthday to Dan Kennedy and Nathan Schlatter, Oct. 13. Ionia Pastor Gerry Sharp brought the Sunday morning message at the Ionia Uttited Methodist Church. The title was" "The Privilege Of Giving." Scrip- ture reference was Matthew 22:15-22. Stan and Ann Colson were greeters. Stan' Colson was the usher and Ann Colson was the pianist. Rita Rose lit the altar candles. Katrina Larson sang a song that she had written about her Christian life and accompanied herself on the piano. Itwas announced Nov. 8 will be the date for the annual Ionia Church Ba- zaar and supper. Leon and Karen Boden attended the Lutheran church supper last Wednesday at Mankato. - The annual community Halloween costume party sponsored by the Ionia United Methodist Church will be held Saturday. A hayride will begin at 6 p,m. with all meeting at the church building. A weiner roast and potluck supper will begin at 7 p.m. at the church annex. The hot dogs, buns, drinks, marShmellows and table service will be furnished. For more information 'contact Rita Rose. Rod Rose brought the Sunday morn- ing messages at the United Methodist Churches in Esbon and Burr Oak. Sun- day afternoon Rod and Rita Rose went to Manhattan and visited Michaela Simmelink who is attending K-State. Over the weekend Curt and Maureen Shoemaker went to Lawrence and rode to Kansas City with Pat and Sue Shea to watch Curt's daughter, Danelle Perry, Overland Park, run the 26.2miles Kansas City Marathon. Jessie Eilert and Amber Loomis, Jewell, also participated in the mara- thon. ..Eday night, Leon and Karen Boden attended the Rock Hills High School football game. As a member of the localKnights Of Columbus, Leon Thursday, October 23, 2014 ' Rock Hills Junior High students who performed Community Service last week, (back row, from ieft)Austin Beck, Kobi Pennell, Josh Davis, Keegan Wagner, Roland Cleary, Sam Underwood, Bill Foster, (front row) Mattie Volker, Sabrina Saltzman, Rachel Derric Luong, Dereck Gillette Jordan Wherry, Zane Colson, Rylee Whelchel, Dominic Long Jackson Chance, Cheyenne Mohler, Brown Haley Long, Jenna Martinez, KayLee Bozeman, Katie Reinert and Sara Tadefa. \\; passed out Tootsie Rolls, and Karen Murray, and grandmother, Alethia her new home at the cottages north of Dr. Jerry McMeen and his daugh- helped the local V.F.W. Auxiliary with l_.oomis, the hospital. breast cancer awareness activities dur- TheSchoenbergers have returned Rick Lehrling had his fourth round ters, Natalie, Noelle, Nadia and Nia, were involved in a two vehicle acci- ing the game. home fromMayo Clinic where Vic of chemo Friday and is feeling better dent Sunday afternoonnorthoebler Sunday afternoon, Gloria Schlaefli was hospitalized for treatment. , than he has in the last three weeks. He near Superior. According to:family,. attended a birthday party honoring her Brenda Dragoo and Kim Caytor, is scheduled for a PET scan this week Dr. McMeen was airlifted toinc!  great-niece Nora Opal May at the Su- Eureka Springs, Ark., have been visit- and the results will determine what Neb., following the accidefft'Witii perior Country Club. Nora is one year ing friends and taking care of business further treatment will be for him. Lora broken nose, broken anlde; and a hea old. in Mankato for a week. says they know the odds, and there are injury. Although he has a brain blee Leon and Karen Boden attended Marjorie and Jerry Murray were in a lot of"ifs" and"perhaps," but there is Jerry is awake and talking and kn0wff the funeral held for Connie Smith Sat- Smith Center for a doctor's appoint- a lot of hope and they are staying ....... his family. One of the girls was mr-, urday at Mankato. merit, positive. Dick and Gloria Schlaefli camped Audrey Diamond went to Jewell Roger and Linda Zeigler were in lifted to Lincoln Monday afternooii with a perforated bowel. All, of the at Waconda Lake with Ron and Marie Monday morning to visitCounie Butts. Wamego for the weekend to see their girls were feeling toughMonda3'with Terry, Topeka, Thursday and Friday. In the afternoon they visited June and grandsons play football. Byron and " bumps, lumps and bruises. One of the Rod and Rite Rose visited the camp Gene Butts. Audrey also visited Jackson, whoarecoachedbytheirdad, girls has a broken arm and one had site. Dick went back and forth to the Clarabelle Hajny before returning Travis, won their last home games, quite a blow to the head. Meagan farm helping with soybean harvesting, home. Their mom, Nicci, was busy taking McMeen is in Lincoln with her huB- Sunday, Leon and Karen Boden JohnandRellaGrimes, Kettle Falls, pictures. An added benefit to the week- band and daughter. Grandparents, went to the Shane Boden and family Wash., joined Bob and Jen Grimes, end was having K-State beat Okla- home at Lawrence, Ken. A birthday Cheney in Mankatoforsometime with homa. great-grandparents, and other family party was held honoring Samatha their mother, Katherine Grimes, and Chris Harvey, Florida, will be ar- members are with the girls inSuperior. Boden. Jason Boden was also at the sisters, Margaret Colson and Marilyn riving this week for a visit with his Both men in the other vehicle were birthday party. Karen made Samatha a Eaton and families. Julie Keeler Bour- family, John, Julie and Jamie Harvey, hospitalized in Superior withinjuries. T-shirtquiltforherbirthday. Samantha ben joined the group at a local restau- other family and friends. Family received word that Mrs. took Leon and Karen to the K.U. cam- rant for supper Thursday night. John Chandra, Brayde and Kaylee Marvin(Betty)Hamilton,Saline, died pus where she is attending college and and Rella left for their Washington Wagner went to South Dakota for a Monday morning. Funeral arrange- they saw the dorm in which she is home Monday and Bob and Jen left few days to help the Wagner harvest ments were pending. : living. Tuesday. crew cut sunflowers. Friends received word M0ay that Frank and Pat Diemart have been Terry Slick has been a patient at Mona Neilson Terry had surgery at former Mankato residenLBi11;Voods visiting Cecil Hillman regularly at the  Mitchell County Hospital long term Haley Gaist, a Rock Hills fourth grade student helps repaint the United Jewell County Hospital. KU Medical Center Monday. is being treated for pancreatic.cancer. Marjorie Murray joined the bridge Jim and Lori Zadina went to Kansas Judy Miller has a new great-grand- care unit. Pat said Cecil had a bad day States Map on the Rock Hills Elementary School playground as part of the club membersThursday at the home of City Sunday and Lori had surgery at son, Hudson Randall, born Oct. 18. Fridaybuthadimprovedovertheweek- fourth grade community proiect in conjunction with the schools character Karen Ross for an afternoon of cards. KU Med Center Monday. Family and Hudson's parents are Michael, and end. education program. It was a successful annual church friends received word Monday after- Daisy Tucker, California. He has an Dick and Gloria Schalefli attended PoJlOl'OJ'lltl vice at Harmony United Methodist supperfortheLutheranChurchwomen noon that she was out of surgery and older brother, Tuff, to. welcome :,him, the funeral held for Pearl Stearns Sat- Church Sunday. Announcements of Wednesday evening. The weather was doing well. Marty and Vycke were in home. Cody and Remtal V01ker, urdayafternooninCawkerCity. Pearl's By Fawna Barrett coming events included: Halloween good and they had a good attendance. Kansas City to be with Jim and Loft. Hudson's grandparents. .  ..  daughter and son-in-law, Pat and Eric What is it with my bitter enemy and party and potluck at Ionia Oct. 25; Meals were also delivered to those Austin, were classmates of Dick's. this time of year? While watching the chickenandbiscuitsupperatCourtland who could not go out to attend the Soybean harvest is winding down grandchildren play in the yard, I no- Nov. 2. Worship began with an inspir- event. in this area and now the mile and corn ticed one of their cats batting its paw at ing piano prelude,"Glorify Thy Name," The funeral service was held Satur- harvests have started, something and then try to bite it. Con- playedbyLyleDauner. Inhischildren's day for Mrs. Bill (Connie) Smith who Kathryn Van Meter, Cambridge, cerned, I moved a little closer and sure message Pastor Gerry talked about died Wednesday in Beloit. A complete Neb.,recently visted Charlotte Snyder. enough, it was a small snake. It would names. God knows our names and calls obituary can be found in the obituary stretch out and raise its head to strike us by name to be His child. The Chan- section of this paper. Kaythryn is Charlotte's oldest sister, the cat, but the smart cat would move cel Choir sang the anthem, "Surely Audrey Diamond had a nice visit back. This battle continued for a few Goodness and Mercy." Addition mu- and lunch with her sister, Eileen Randall minutes. Try to bite! Scratch with a sic was provided by the "The Living Erickson in Courtland Wednesday. paw and then the raised head to retali- Hope," from Keamey. The men sang Butch and Betty Thompson and By Fawna Barrett ate. The kids were fascinated by the "There is a Redeemer." Pauline Robinson moved their mother confrontation. The morning scripture was Mat- Vera Thompson to Long Term Care :::: Wheat planting is nearly completed Finally, the snake coiled as if dead. thew 22:15-22 on which Pastor Gerry this week. Richard Thompson, Pratt, :.  as some farmers are planting in the Cat pawed it a bit and walked away. based his sermon, titled "The Privilege AmyKerst,StephanieandTaran, Kan- shorn soybean fields. Bean harvest is After a few minutes, said villain of Giving." Society needs structure. It sas City, came the end of the week to near completion. Randali Farmers Co- stretched out and began to weave away depends on this and we pay taxes for it. help move Vera' s fumiture out of her op Union is starting to pile mile on the from civilization. The only tool handy Government does what we can't do apartment. ground at the north edge of town. Last was a beat up snow shovel and the alone. God wants our allegiance. It is Barbara Rannebeck, Cawker City, i ';i:i: ; week had daytime temperatures in the snake was much faster than the thrust He who saves us for eternity. God visited her sister Alethia Loomis. mid to high 70s making for good har- of the shovel. - wants our praise as an acknowledg- Nadine Railsback was hospitalized ;:!;: "  vest weather. On the travel home, a larger snake ment of who He is and the gifts He has in Beloit last week where she had Bur .............. Ila McElroy entered Mitchell was crossing the road ahead of me. given us. God wants l00 percent ofour geryWednesday.Shewasabletocome County Hospital last Thursday. Grr! Nightmares tonight...maybe, sincere hearts (not just the words). All home Monday afternoon. Judy Zimmer and Opal McElroy visitedforaweekwithCarolandLarry we are and all we have belongs to God. Brooke McDonald and Chad  :. Flinn. The women went to Branson, Mankato God wants us to have the attitude of JenningsweremarriedinSalinaSatur ..... Christ, a desire to give to GOd because day. Brooke is the daughter of former ' : Mo., for a few days. The highlight Mankato residents Jeff and Nancy show for them was "Jonah." Carol By Elaine Thomas we want to. Following the worship McDonald. returned home with them last Tuesday John and Karen Ross visited son, service the congregation and guests A good crowd turned out for the and Larry plans to arrive in Beloit this Alan Ross, and wife, Dorian, in Den- had a soup luncheon and fellowship in farmer's market Saturday and many week. ver, Colo., and delivered some items the basement. After lunch people gath -' commented on the choices of so many Kathy and Mike McMahen left for from here for their new home. A few eredinHarmony'ssanctuaryforacon- vendorsthisyear.MembersoftheRock their home in Farmington, N.M., last dayslatertheydrovetoTomball, Texas, cert by '"I'he Living Hope." The six Hills FBLA helped with setting up for Tuesday. They had been visiting Leota forgrandparentsdayatRosehiliChris- menandtheiraccompanistpraisedGod the event and also helped with the Clawsonandotherrelativesforarfionth tian School where they received a and inspired everyone with their mu- clean-up, !::, while staying in their motor home flower prize for coming the farthest to sic. Becky and Mark Butts, Keamey, .*' parked at Cockrofts' in Jewell. attend the patriotic program partici- RichardDiamondwenttoFortHays were weekend guests of her mother, Nakita Mohler (left), Isaiah Ridgeway (middle and Gavin Garst, second Nevada Vetter attended a LTM patedinbyJessePletcher's.fourthgrade State University to join former class- Audrey Diamond. Mark was a mem- graders at Rock Hills Elementary School, do their part in keeping their meeting in Belleville Sunday after- class. Jacob Pletcher shuttled people to matesandinstructorsfortheir60thand ber of the group who performed sev- neighborhood clean by picking up trash on the school grounds. noon. the program in a golf cart. Later in the 50th class reunion as he graduated from eral musical numbers at the Methodist Fawna Barrett stayed four days vis- day all went to College Station, Texas, FHSU 60 years ago. He also attended Church Sunday morning.  i iting Natalie and David Wood and fam- forafootballgamewhereJacobrecov- the weekend homecoming events. Josh Wagner went to South Dakota ily last week. There was some shop- eredanonsidekick.MatthewPletcher's James Garst was released from tobringhisdad, DarrellWagner, home pingtime, attendedtheSoiomonUMW 16th birthday was celebrated at Leah Jewell County Hospital after being Sunday. bazaar, attended the Solomon High- and Eric's home. On the way home hospitalized with pneumonia. Linda Beckwith, Manhattan, came . . Goessel football game where Alana from Texas, John and Karen visited Lyndall Barry, Webber, visited to visit her aunt and uncle, Virginia Friday, Oct. 17 participated with the little cheerlead- Helen Ahlman at her apartment in Ster- Audrey Diamond. ere and watched the kids' Saturday ling House in Derby. ErinMurray, Kansas City, came for and Dave Pettit, for the weekend .... : Velma Garrnan and Joy Hancock 7 Mix Heifers 274 935.00 10 BIk Steers 582 262.00 7 Mix Heifers 478 268.00 12 Mix Steers 600 2(0:00 morning sports. Pastor Gerry Sharp began the ser- a couple of days with her dad, Dwight were Friday visitors of Lila Mizner at 11 Mix Heifers 515 261.00 7 BIk Steers 602 260.00 List of 2013 Personal Property Tax Warrants returned to the County Substitute for Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1618 8 BIk Heifers 500 254.00 21 BIk Steers 616 259.25 7 BIk Heifers 563 246.50 64 Mix Steers 618 - 257.00 Treasurer, October 1,2014 by the sheriff unpaid. The following list has been A PROPOSITION to amend article 15 of the constitution of the state of Kansas by adding a 8 BIk Heifers 586 244.00 23 Mix Steers 661 251.75 turned over to the Clerk of the District Court by the Jewell County Treasurer. new section lhereto, authorizing the legislature to permit the conduct of charitable raffles by 15 BIk Heifers 616 237.25 30 Mix Steers 578 '251.00 There will be additional interest and fees. certain nonprofit organizations 9 Mix Heifers 658 235.00 13 BIk Steers 698 250.25 Section 1. The following propesition to amend the constitution of the state of Kansas shall be 10 BIk Heifers 663 234.50 42 Mix Steers 675 244:60 ', submitted to the qualified electors of the state for their approval or rejeclion: Article 15 of the 8 BIk Heifers 650 233.75 9 RWF Steers 681 '242.:0C) ' 2013 3-MA061C, Herbert Burtenshaw, 601 N. Water, Mankato, KS .................. 10.68 constitution of the state of Kansas is hereby amended by adding a new section lhereto to reed 7 Red Heifers 712 230.00 24 Mix Steers 728 241.75 26 Mix Heifers 696 230.00 8 Mix Steers 686 240.50 2013 3-ESC013, Burdette Callaway, 706 Grand Ave., Esbon, KS ................... 986.58 as follows: 111 Mix Heifers 877 227.00 22 Mix Steers 727 240.00 2013 3-ESCO94A, Callaway Fencing, 706 Grand Ave., Esbon, KS ................. 214.92 " 3d. Regulation of"raffles" authorized No(withstanding the provisions of section 3 of 11 Mix Steers 438 315.00 46 Mix Steers 711 " 240.00 2013 3-J286, Delaware Pub, PO Box 384, Jewell, KS 66949 .......................... 335.00 article15 of lhe constitution oflhe state of Kansas, the legislature may authorize the 8 Mix Steers 471 297.50 8 Red Steers 782 238,00 2013 3-MA114B, Michael Lee Domborwski, 601 N. Water, licensing, conduct and regu at on of charitable raffles by nonprofit religious, charitable, 8 Mix Steers 490 294.00 10 BIk Steers 1,027 216.25 Mankato, KS 66956 ..................................................................................... 179.38 fraternal, educational and veterans organizations. A raffle means a game of chance in 8 Mix Steers 516 293.00 7 Cow Calf Pairs 1,210 3,100.00 2013 3-10020F, Craig Duskie, 112 Rd, Jewell, KS 66949 ................................ 458.38 which each participant buys a ticket or tickets from a nonprofit organization with each ticket 14 Mix Steers 522 291.00 14 Cow Calf Pairs 1,,243 2,;950.00 2013 E-SIO56B, James Krejci, 211 West Seneca, Exeter, NE 68351 332.88 providing an equal chance to win a pnze and the winner being determined by a random 2i Blk Steers 585 262.50 10 Cow Calf Pairs 1,656 2 525.00 2013 3-J136G, Christopher Lee, 1779 D Rd., Jewell, KS 66949 ........................ 20.82 drawing. Such organtzations shall not use an eleclronic gaming machine or vending BARN PHONE 7800i-378-3283 machine to sail tickets or conduct raffles. No such nonprofit organization shall contract 2013 7-J160F, Merlyn Menhusen, 522 N. Commercial, Mankato, KS 66956 ....... 8.36 with a professional raffle or other lottery vendor Io manage, operate or conducl any raffle 2013 E-FOO48B, Brice Reynolds, 107 Appleby, Formoso, KS 66942 ............... 143.08 Raffles shall be licensed and regulated by the Kansas department of revenue, office of 2013 7-HA028C, James Schmidt, PO Box 1102, charitable gaming or successor agency" Consigned for Friday, Oct. 241 i: Boise City, OK 73933-1102 ......................................................................... 126.58 Section 2 The following statement shall be printed on the ballo( with the amendment as a 2013 3-MA430C, Jack Swanson, 513 W. South St., Mankato, KS 66956 .......... 32.04 whole: 20 BIk Steers, 700; 35 BIk Steers and Heifers, 550-650; 20 BIk Steers and Heifers, 500-600; 2013 3-MA430D, James Swanson, 513 W. South St., Mankato, KS 66956 ..... 798.18 "Explanatory statement. T he constitution currently prohbits the operation of lotteries except 110 BIk and Red Steers and Heifers, 600-700; 70 BIk Steers and Heifers, 500-6.00; 2013 7-B0054C, Eric Williams, 783 340 Rd., Beloit, KS 67420 ......................... 18.00 for specifically authorized lotteries. A raffle is a lottery and is illegal under current law. 17 BIk Cows, spring calvers, young bred blk 2013 7-BOO54F, Walter Willitts II, 870 V Rd., Burr Oak, KS 66936 ................ 104.70 "A vote for this proposition would permit the legislature to authorize charitable raffles Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 operated or conducted by religious, charilable, fraternal, educational and veterans non- Grand Total .................................................................................................... 5,365.90 profit organizations subject to the limitations listed. Nonprofit organtzations would be Neil Bouray, 402-879-5566 -i Brenda Eakins prohibited from contracting with a professional briery vendor to manage, operate or Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Jewel County Treasurer cond a charitable raffle Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 41.14 , "A vote against this proposition would continue the current prohbition against all raffles."